According to America's Test Kitchen, the overall quality of cooking isn't affected by which side of the foil comes in contact with the food. However, Real Simple suggests the use of a non-stick spray on the foil, because... More »

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To make a boat out of aluminum foil, layer three 18-inch sheets of foil, align the edges, cut diagonal lines from each corner, roll the edges with a pencil, and then use an iron to bend the foil into shape. Finish the se... More »

To make a television antenna with aluminum foil, first locate and remove the casing from a 3-foot long speaker wire. Carefully wrap an end of the exposed wire around a sewing needle, and use electrical tape to hold them ... More »

To make easy oven-baked chicken thighs, preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, line a baking pan with oiled aluminum foil, coat the chicken with seasoned oil, put the chicken in the pan, and sprinkle it with additio... More »

To reheat lasagna in the oven, transfer the lasagna in an ovenproof pan and cover the dish with a lid or a large piece of aluminum foil. Place the pan into a preheated 325-degree Fahrenheit oven to bake until it is heate... More »

The best way to roast garlic is to wrap it in aluminum foil and bake it between 20 and 60 minutes at 400 degrees. The garlic is roasted and ready to spread after 20 minutes, but waiting longer tends to improve the flavor... More »

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Cooks should use a meat thermometer, cooking oil and aluminum foil to get the best results when cooking an unstuffed turkey. Turkey usually cooks at 325 degrees for several hours, depending on the size of the bird. A mea... More »

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